Verizon simplifies prepaid offerings, introduces new 2 GB plan
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NEW YORK - Verizon is bolstering its prepaid plans with a new data bucket and making it simpler for prepaid customers to enjoy the benefits of the best network.
Verizon's new 2 GB prepaid plan is $40 per month and lets you stay connected with Always-On Data* and unlimited international text from the U.S. to more than 200 countries. Pay on time? Carry over any unused high speed data to the next month.
"We're making it simpler for our prepaid customers to enjoy all of the benefits of a network that can keep up with their digital lifestyles," said Ron Zanders, director of prepaid for Verizon. "Whether you use a little data or a lot of data, we've got a prepaid plan that fits your needs."
The new 2 GB plan joins the 5 GB for $50 and 10 GB for $70 plans in Verizon's prepaid lineup. Each plan includes Always-On Data, international text to over 200 countries and CarryOver data with on-time payment. Verizon also offers a $30 basic phone plan with unlimited talk and text.
*After high-speed data allowance is used, 128 kbps speeds for the rest of the month. Functionality of some data applications, like streaming audio or video, may be impacted.